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In Candler Park, $825K listing strives for fresh take on urban farmhouse

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Four-story dwellings a few blocks from Little Five Points stand above a quiet street

Atypical facades for Candler Park.
Atypical facades for Candler Park.
RE/MAX Metro Atlanta Cityside

Harkening industrial urban lofts and rural Scandinavian moderns, this quadruple offering of four-story townhomes in Candler Park is striving for a fresh take on the urban farmhouse approach popularized across Atlanta in recent years.

The address strangely isn’t listed, but the location appears to be on Iverson Street, tucked between McLendon and DeKalb avenues, about four blocks east of Little Five Points. All prices to emerge so far are squarely in the $800,000s.

“Hurry,” the listing nonetheless advises, “these will fly!”

The most recent of these four-story options to hit the market tallies three bedrooms and four bathrooms among 2,822 square feet.

The high points, both literally and not, could be the tiled decks on the roofs, each connected to a wet bar and powder room, with abundant treetop views. At the base, each comes with a two-car garage.

Inside, find exposed steel beams for that industrial flair, barn doors, and pulley pendants in the kitchen that echo something in an actual barn.

The 76 WalkScore is strong for a neighborhood of houses, bolstered by proximity to transit, retail, and two nearby parks. Another plus is that owning here entails “NO HOA FEES!”, as the listing shouts.

At the moment, townhomes in the neighborhood—both existing and planned—can be found for considerably cheaper, though none are quite so large.

The most recent listing, as seen below, was posted three days ago at $824,900 by RE/MAX Metro Atlanta Cityside. Another option has been discounted to $874,900 after a couple of months on the market.

The listing photos appear to be a collage of at least two units, compiled before all rooms were totally finished. But this gives a good idea.

Industrial facets begin with the kitchen ceiling, as seen here in a downstairs unit.
A generously wide kitchen island and double doors leading to a deck.
Metal beams continue in a master bedroom.
The vaulted ceiling beyond the beams.
Tiled rooftop patios crown each home.
View across the neighborhood.
The lot’s former occupant, as seen in 2016.
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